An international strategic security hub”, this is the way Global Securalliance is defined. In practice? Patrick Senior, CEO of BSL Sécurité and the founder of this consortium which he presides, explains the approach: “Global Securalliance’s ambition is to bring together worldwide very small security companies and SMEs in order to meet the needs of certain markets, which would have been out of reach individually “. Unity is this consortium’s strength, reproducing the model previously initiated in France by Patrick Senior with Securalliance.
The new entity only gathers independent and family companies having an annual turnover from 5 to 200 million euros throughout 19 different countries. Main goal: accompany clients in their growth, to offer a wide range of services worldwide. More than just a brand, Global Securalliance has set a quality control process, demanded by certification requirements and is committed to full communication transparency with its clients as far as regulation and ethics codes are concerned. Lastly, the consortium has chosen to use subcontracting on an exceptional basis (less than 5%) and only with the agreement of the client.
In 2016, the consortium’s members are employing more than 72.000 security officers, 5.300 specialized in events and almost 6.900 mobile patrols representing total revenues of 760 million euros as well as prestigious references among which BNP Paribas, EDF, UBS, Canon, Cartier, Uber, Chanel…
Magazine Sécurité Privée – Février/Avril 2017